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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Allen Bailey
"He's a terror," fellow defensive lineman Allen Bailey said. "He adds a lot to the D-line. We're already stacked. He adds a lot more to it. Him being there, adds to the pass rush, adds just another aggressive player. A playmaker."
"Best we've played in a while," defensive lineman Allen Bailey said after Thursday's 31-3 road victory over the Panthers, Miami's former Big East rival. "Everybody's flying around, everybody sees the ball, tackles for losses, sacks, interceptions. Pretty good."